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Charming computer virus dolls


We've never understood why we've been the target of a computer virus. We aren't government operatives with laptops heaving under the strain of sensitive data and national secrets. We're not Edward Snowden. We've just got some dull budget spread sheets and a few films - why would anyone want to bother us with a trojan?

The Drew Oliver Company have (quite literally) put a friendly face on the subject of computer viruses with a new line of cuddly plushes. Now you can snuggle up with your very own virus, worm, trojan and malware doll, complete with its own binary-spelt name tag. There's also a helpful pop-up card that explains the nature of your computer virus. "But what about bug, bot and zombie dolls!?" cried nobody. Don't worry, they're coming soon!

Now we finally know what to get the members of Anonymous for Christmas. Thanks Drew Oliver Company. Head to their site to learn more about computer viruses and pick up your own doll.

(Via: Laughing Squid)

(Images: The Drew Oliver Company)



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